Science at Home
As well as any homework that is sent home their are lots of things that children can do at home both online but also with their family. Look at the attached resources to help you with some ideas.
SCIENCE SPARKS - A collection of fairy tale experiments is one of my favourite posts. You might also like the list of 10 science experiments every child needs to try at least once or these easy science and STEM challenge cards.
EXPERIMENTAL - We just love this collection of science videos from the Royal Institution. Find out about the chemistry of candles, make microwave mug cakes and lots more.
THE GREAT SCIENCE SHARE - The Great Science Share is a brilliant science event which takes place annually each June. The event is open worldwide and encourages children to share science with friends and family.
BBC BITESIZE - BBC Bitesize is full of great science information, videos, games and activity ideas for all subjects across the National Curriculum.
SCIENCE AND ACTIVITY BLOGS -
Babble Dabble Do full of gorgeous science and art ideas for kids.
Inspiration Laboratories more fun and easy ideas for science at home.
CODING WEBSITES FOR KIDS - Code is a fantastic website with coding tutorials, games and activities for kids of all ages.
We also love Scratch, it’s bright, colourful, easy to use and very visual.
WOW SCIENCE - Created in collaboration with the Primary Science Teaching Trust Wow Science is jam packed with some of the best science websites on the web. They’ve searched out great science investigation ideas and science resources so you don’t have to!
STEVE SPANGLER - Steve Spangler is full of awesome science experiments for kids and adults.
EXPLORIFY - You have to sign up to Explorify, but it’s free and has lots of great videos and hands-on science activities.
GREAT SCIENCE ON YOUTUBE -
Maddie Moate‘s channel is full of videos about animals, plants, travel and technology. We’ve learned so much and love to watch new videos as they come out.
Kids Invent Stuff - brings to life a new kids invention every month! Very cool!